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That seems to be the theme of this administration when it comes they're sweeping laws.
From Obama care to Dodd-Frank that all of the victory and then we pay the price.
With financial regulation banks and other financial service companies are not just going to eat the cost of following the new world guess what they're passing it on -- us.
The next target ATMs.
According to Bankrate dot com.
ATM fees rose 5% 2010 to an average of two dollars and 33 cents.
But it's those out of network fees that will get you there -- up 7% and rising.
The Wall Street Journal points out that JPMorgan is testing a plan to impose.
-- dollar fees in Texas and five dollar fees for customers of rival banks using their machines in Illinois.
TD bank telling it's customers remember that policy where you could use any ATM for free.
Not anymore there will be new fees of around two dollars.
And PNC bank Wilson stopped reimbursing customers for fees they've incurred while using -- banks' ATMs.
He could also mean the end of free checking account something that has become the norm since the 1990s.
JPMorgan Chase is again testing the waters with a plan to force customers in Georgia to pay fifteen dollars a month for their wants free checking accounts.
For Bank of America customers the banks will charge a nine dollar monthly fee in Arizona.
Current roles Fargo customers and Delaware have already sing their free checking turn into five dollar counts.
And a list -- -- just goes on and on overdraft fees increased 3% last year.
The number banks not requiring minimum balances or monthly fees fell to 65% from 76%.
By the way let me remind you and the banks themselves why they can impose all those speeds because week.
The American taxpayer bail them out in -- afloat.
And this is how you repay us.
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